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Successfully leasing real estate to cannabis businesses starts with an understanding of this evolving new industry in Michigan.

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Based on frequency of client inquiries, firm to focus on title curative issues related to Michigan real estate.

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Creating a failure to pay record can help prove your case when the other party reneges in a real estate transaction.  

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Out-of-state lenders must consider the dower rights of a borrower’s spouse when participating in Ohio real property transactions.

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Without this type of agreement, even the late great Monty Hall wouldn’t be able to make a deal to keep the county from selling your property for back taxes.

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Like a horror movie scene, this Ohio Supreme Court ruling could “resurrect from the dead” time-barred debts secured by mortgages.

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Perform your due diligence before purchasing commercial property to avoid these three tax traps.

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Ohio state and local law can create traps for owners who are home sharing. Do you know how to avoid legal pitfalls in your community?

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Potential buyers of previously foreclosed property in Illinois are advised to proceed with caution due to ongoing  and widespread extortion schemes involving jurisdictional defects in the underlying foreclosure.

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Court rules rent payments are not necessarily cash collateral a debtor can use in bankruptcy.

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SNDA clauses and the basics of subordination and non-disturbance agreements in commercial real estate.

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It’s black and white, really… name, gender and other changes must be recorded whenever real property transfers hands.

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Ohio appellate court rules intent to purchase letters can bind parties to sale terms in Ohio real estate deals.

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Following this appellate court ruling, the Ohio Legislature need not create new legislation regarding constructive notice and missing legal description on mortgage.

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Ohio Supreme Court ruling reaffirms state's constructive notice, execution requirements for recorded mortgages.

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Don’t assume that the lack of notarization will always block the enforcement of a commercial real estate lease.

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Homeowners and renters can avoid residential real estate scams with one quick phone call to a lawyer.

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Ohio Eighth District Court of Appeals holds that an assignee of a residential mortgage loan can be liable under Ohio’s Consumer Sales Practices Act.

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Commercial property sellers may want to consider the benefits of a right of an entry agreement before allowing potential buyers to conduct inspections.

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Ohio title agents dealing with mobile homes must take into consideration whether they are “affixed” to real property prior to surrendering title.

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Court sides with title examiner who refused to show a mortgage with a faulty legal description on his title report.

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Seventh District Court of Appeals Re-Affirms Requirements to Affix Manufactured Homes to Real Estate.

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New Ohio receivership law allows property sales clear of all liens, as well as court overrides of a receiver's promise not to solicit or accept backup contracts.

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